cave of adullam
Definition of cave of adullam
: a group of seceders from a particular political or intellectual position
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Origin and Etymology of cave of adullam
from Adullam, biblical cave where David fled to escape Achish, king of Gath, & where he was joined by other discontented people (1 Samuel 22:1–2)
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